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: Bach Passion Music

(St. John).
The Evangelist " will be sung by S. B. Roe and A. S. Esbister.
"Pilatte" will be sung by F. J. Addison.
" Christus will be sung by Percy Homing.
"It Is Finished " will be sung by Hatherley Clark.
Relayed from St. Anne's Church, Soho.

Contributors

Sung By: S. B. Roe
Sung By: A. S. Esbister.
Sung By: F. J. Addison.
Sung By: Percy Homing.
Sung By: Hatherley Clark.

: FOR THE CHILDREN

Music by the Radio Quartet. Fifti-Fifti," told by Auntie Sophie. Children's News.

Contributors

Told By: Auntie Sophie.

: Afternoon Concert.

THE RADIO QUARTET. and DODD MEHAN (Baritone).

: "THE ARMADA."

(Amice Macdonell).
(Characters:
Queen Elizabeth MURIEL LEVY
Con- HARRY CLEATOR spirators EDWARD P. GENN
The Narrator-Uncle PIP. Presented by Uncle TED.
Incidental Music by the " 6LV " CHILDREN'S
ORCHESTRA: Conducted by Uncle TOBY.
S.B. from Liverpool.

Contributors

Unknown: Queen Elizabeth Muriel Levy
Unknown: Harry Cleator

: WEATHER FORECAST and 1st GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Mr. NEVILLE SHARP:" Abysinia, The Land of the Queen of Sheba."

: Beelhoven.

EDWARD ISAACS playing
Second and Third Movements of Sonata Pathetique, Op. 13. Adagio Cantabile; Rondo (Allegro).

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Isaacs

: MORE MUSICAL COMEDY MEMORIES.

Being the 6th Edition of " Winners."
Wherein the numerous adventures and misadventures woven round the characters of the " Quaker Girl," " The Earl and the Girl," " The Runaway Girl," " The Country Girl," " Veronique " and " Tom Jones " will be treated with gentle satire by Il»" methods peculiar to the manner of the Leading Lady, the inevitable Juvenile Lead, and the peppery Old Father.
Interpreted by WINIFRED DAVIS.
GEORGE PIZZEY , .
PHYLLIS PANTING.
JAMES WHIGHAM ,
RAYMOND TRAFFORD und others.
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA under the direction of DAN GODFREY.
THE WIRELESS CHORUS.

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Jones
Unknown: George Pizzey
Unknown: Phyllis Panting
Unknown: James Whigham
Unknown: Dan Godfrey

: Emilio Colombo and His Orchestra.

Relayed from
The Hotel Victoria, London.
THE ORCHESTRA.

: DANCE MUSIC.

THE SAVOY ORPHEANS.
THE SAVOY HAVANA BAND and THE SAVOY TANGO BAND.
Relayed from
The Savoy Hotel, London.








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